Finikin and His Gold Pippins: An Original Tale by Madame de Chatelaine; With other stories; Illustrated with twenty-one engravings. Clara de Chatelaine.
Finikin and His Gold Pippins: An Original Tale by Madame de Chatelaine; With other stories; Illustrated with twenty-one engravings
Finikin and His Gold Pippins: An Original Tale by Madame de Chatelaine; With other stories; Illustrated with twenty-one engravings

Finikin and His Gold Pippins: An Original Tale by Madame de Chatelaine; With other stories; Illustrated with twenty-one engravings

Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Co., 1852. Hardcover. [8], 63, [1] p., woodcut frontispiece: in-text and full-page woodcut illustrations; 21 cm. Original brown bead-grain cloth with blind-stamped cover title and blind-stamped decoration. Pale yellow endpapers. Series title page for Six Pleasant Companions for Spare Hours, followed by series list. This title is the sixth title in the series. No date of publication; Crosby, Nichols and Company published in Boston at 111 Washington St. from 1852 to 1856. Contents: Anything, Something, and Nothing: A Dalecarlian Legend -- The Scotch Fir, or Pine from "The Woodland Companion" by Dr. Aikin -- The First of April by Mary Roberts -- The Little Pot of Pinks from the German by L.D.C. -- Leonora: A Little Drama in two scenes by Harriet Myrtle -- The Little Boy's Dream by H.M. Rathbone -- Historical Sketches by Mrs. James Whittle -- The Wax Doll: A True Story by Caroline Gilman -- Finikin and His Gold Pippins: An Original Tale by Madame de Chatelain. In Very Good- Condition: cloth is lightly soiled; ends of spine rubbed; series title page slightly soiled; scattered soiling, primarly in margins; otherwise, clean and tight. Very Good -. Item #004706

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